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Apr 17, 2016 ELLIS, Havelock (1859-1939)
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Men and women who have chiefly built up English civilization; an inquiry into the causes of their eminence.
Topics: artisan, artist, actor, biology, birthplace, Cattell, Celtic, Dictionary of National Biography,...
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Aug 26, 2014 Anonymous ('R.L.'), Publishers of THE FREE MAN
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Introductory notes on banking, finance, national economy, international trade and Social Credit.
Topics: A+B Theorem, balance of trade, banking, commodity, credit, debt, deflation, C.H. DOUGLAS, DSCP,...
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Jan 7, 2014 Laurence Austine WADDELL
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SUBTITLE: "Disclosing the Sumero-Phoenician Parentage of our Letters Ancient and Modern" CONTENTS Introductory. 1. Ancestry of the Alphabets re the Phoenicians. 2. Alphabetic Letters in Pre-Dynastic and Early-Dynastic Egypt and Theories Thereon. 3. How the Sumerian Origin of the Alphabet was Discovered. 4. The Alphabetic Vowel and Consonantal Signs in Sumerian Writing. 5. The So-Called "Aphonic Owner's Mark" Signs of Pre-Dynastic and Early-Dynastic Egypt are Sumerian Linear...
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Topics: ABC, Abu Simbel, Alphabet, Aphonic, Aramean, Arthur, Aryan, Austine, Babylon, Cadmus, Cappadocia,...
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Dec 24, 2013 Laurence Austine WADDELL
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*** EDIT 2021-12-09: Missing photo-plate X now added and a few others updated including the two foldout maps which are now presented each on a single page as in the paper edition. *** SUBTITLE: "The great Epic Poem of the Ancient Britons on the Exploits of King Thor, Arthur or Adam and his Knights in Establishing Civilization, Reforming Eden and Capturing The Holy Grail about 3380-3350 B.C. Reconstructed For First Time From The Medieval MSS. By Babylonian, Hittite, Egyptian, Trojan &...
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Topics: Abel, Adamu, Apollyon, Arthur, Aryans, Austine, Baldr, Bel, Bil, Britain, Bur-Mioth, Cain, Camelot,...
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Nov 12, 2013 Laurence Austine Waddell
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Subtitle: ... & Sumerian Origin of Egyptian Hieroglyphs
Topics: Abydos, Akhenaten, Amarna, Ankh, Anunaki, Aryans, Asar, Atlantis, Austine, Boghaz Koi, Britain,...
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Nov 3, 2013 Laurence Austine WADDELL
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SUBTITLE: "Discovered by Phoenician & Sumerian Inscriptions in Britain, by Pre-Roman Briton Coins & a Mass of New History". ***DISCLAIMER: Uploader disclaims for self and the uploaded work any connection with British Israelism, Christian Identity and all other religious or political affiliations.*** CONTENTS PREFACE. CHAPTER: 1. The Phoenicians discovered to be Aryans in Race and the Ancestors of the Britons, Scots and Anglo-Saxons. 2. The Undeciphered Phoenician Inscriptions...
Topics: Adam, Aeneas, Akkad, Albion, Amorites, Aryans, Assyrians, Austine, Barats, Bel, Bil, Boghaz Koi,...
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Oct 5, 2013 Laurence Austine Waddell
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Subtitle: 'Discovering Sumerians Of Indus Valley As Phoenicians, Barats, Goths & Famous Vedic Aryans[*] 3100-2300 B.C.' [*] aka "Indo-Europeans". "I am also at variance with both general and expert opinion as regards the nature and causes of the so-called 'Higher Civilization.' I take the phrase to mean, not, as a visitor to the earth from Mars might suppose, aeroplanes and motors, telephones and wireless, athletics and gambling, trashy books, novels and newspapers, and a...
Topics: Amorites, Aryans, Assyrians, Austine, Barats, Brahman, Buddhist, Daxa, Edin, Erek, Ganges, Goths,...
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May 22, 2013 HOGARTH, D.G., editor
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Essays on the Relation of Monuments to Biblical and Classical Literature, by DRIVER, S.R., GARDNER, Ernest A., GRIFFITH, F.LL., HAVERFIELD, F., HEADLAM, A.C., HOGARTH, D.G. CONTENTS PART FIRST *HEBREW AUTHORITY* I. INTRODUCTORY. II. THE PENTATEUCH III. THE KINGS AND AFTER. PART SECOND *CLASSICAL AUTHORITY* I. EGYPT AND ASSYRIA. II. PREHISTORIC GREECE. III. HISTORIC GREECE. IV. THE ROMAN WORLD. PART THIRD *CHRISTIAN AUTHORITY* I. THE EARLY CHURCH. II. REMAINS IN PHRYGIA. III. THE CATACOMBS AT...
Topics: ancient-history, archaeology, Assyria, Bible, catacombs, Egypt, Greece, history, Kings, Pentateuch,...
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May 7, 2013 The Rt. Hon. Lord Hewart Of Bury, LCJ
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THE RT. HON. LORD HEWART OF BURY, Lord Chief Justice of England (7 January, 1870 - 5 May, 1943). "I will be no party to the doctrine," Lord Hewart said in a recent speech, "that a Lord Chief Justice, summoned to the House of Lords, as he is, not merely to vote, but also to advise, is condemned to a lifelong and compulsory silence on the affairs of State." THE NEW DESPOTISM, a book of quite exceptional importance, is, in effect, the sequel to that speech. Every citizen of...
Topics: administrative law, despotism, government, judges, Law Lords, lawyers, Parliament, politics, Privy...
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May 1, 2013 Economic Research Council
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A study of the creation of credit & its effect on the British Economy. 'The procedure envisaged is that the Treasury should issue Treasury 'credits' to the Bank of England, which would then hold these against the issue of notes, which it would control as it does now, and also against the issue of credit, which would be controlled by the Treasury through the number of Treasury credits issued. The Treasury credits themselves could be in the form of actual notes or bearer bonds of, say,...
Topics: Bank of England, Bradbury Pound, credits, Economic Research Council, Government Debt, National...
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Mar 2, 2013 Stanley F. Allen, F.C.A. (Aust.), Chartered Accountant & Local Government Auditor
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" 'It (the banking problem) is the most important subject intelligent persons can investigate and reflect upon. 'It is so important that our present civilisation may collapse unless it is widely understood and the defects remedied very soon.' By Robert Hemphill, former Credit Manager of Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, America." (quoted on page 56). CONTENTS. Chapter 1. The Old Order is Passing 5 2. Money—What Is It? 7 3. The Money Changers 10 4. Usury 11 5. Piracy 14 6. William...
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Jan 13, 2013 John F. Leo Bray PhD
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St Thomas Aquinas, Roman Catholic dogma regarding financial justice and the social effects of the creation of money.
Topics: commodities, credit, deflation, inflation, interest, Keynes, money, poverty, Roman Catholicism, St....
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Jan 12, 2013 TANKERVILLE, Earl of
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Money reform.
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Jan 12, 2013 Green Shirt Movement for Social Credit
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Leaflet advertising social credit principles issued by the Green Shirts.
Topics: banking, credit, Douglas, Green Shirts, interest, money, social credit, usury
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Jan 12, 2013 Anonymous
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WW2 suggestions by an anonymous UK author for post-war internal and international monetary reform.
Topics: banking, Bank-of-England, credit, interest, money, national-debt, usury, WW2
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Jul 25, 2012 Edward Holloway
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"The story of how the Island of Guernsey created its own money, without cost to the taxpayer, and established a prosperous community free of debt." Debt-free paper money of the Guernsey States unbacked by gold. See also Chapter 7, including: "The Guernsey Market" -- http://www.archive.org/details/bankcharteractou00duncuoft The Bank Charter Act: Ought the Bank of England or the people of England to receive the profits of the national circulation? (1857) by DUNCAN, Jonathan
Topics: bankers, Channel-Islands, currency, debt, fiat, gold, Guernsey, interest, usury, national-debt
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Jul 25, 2012 The Duke of Bedford
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"If the question now be asked, "How can the Government obtain the money which it formerly got by borrowing at interest?" the answer is very simple. It can direct the banks to create it not in the form of interest-bearing debt, and it can use anti-inflation taxation to collect, from time to time just as much of that money as may be necessary to prevent an excess from remaining in circulation beyond the total of goods and services available to be bought with it. Money, it must...
Topics: National-Debt, Bank-of-England, debt, gold, interest, usury, war
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May 11, 2012 Frank Anstey, M.P.
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Government funding and the economic causes of war; the breaking of labour costs on the wheel of usurious interest. Issue in 1914 of emergency money direct by UK Government Treasury (Bradbury Pound) instead of by Bank of England. CONTENTS: American Money Power-British Money Power-Australian Money Power-Australian Money Power (Part 2)-Historic Note Currencies-The Capitalist Arsenal-Modern Banking-Reconstruction-As We Are. < < "The War to End War" has finished these two years. The...
Topics: banking, bonds, Bradbury Pound, gold, interest, money, Money-Power, silver, Treasury, usury, war